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Donavaya

Studbook
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BE/SIES
Gender
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Mare
Height
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167 cm
Color
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Bay
Level
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8 y.o
Year of birth
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2013

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Donavaya
BE/SIES

SIRE

DON VHP Z N.O.P.
ZANG

DAM

AVAYA
BE/SIES

SIRE OF DAM

SARA VAN HET PARELSHOF
BWP

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Wins in Bolesworth and 5* Debuts in Valence
Wins in Bolesworth and 5* Debuts in Valence

The Breen Team split up again this week, with Shane and Ellen heading to Valence for the 5* Hubside jumping show and the rest of the Breen Team heading to the Al Shira’aa Young Horse Championships at Bolesworth.

In Valence, Sjelle stepped up to the 5* level with a bang, jumping double clear in the 5* 1.40 to finish 9th. Lady Star van Doperheide also made her 5* debut, jumping double clear to finish 11th in the 5* 1.50. 8-year-old Vistogrand jumped some very educational rounds in the 2*, jumping clear in his first Ranking Class as well as impressing in his first 2* Grand Prix. The future definitely looks bright with these horses taking the step up a level all in their stride.

Back in England, Jack, Georgia and Katie campaigned for the Breen Team at Bolesworth and did not disappoint. On Wednesday, both Jack and Katie had clean sheets in the 6-year-olds with Jack finishing in 9th on Koh-I-Noor and Katie and BE Constanta 17th. Katie then piloted BE Aquila to a clear in the 5-year-olds, showcasing this young stallion's potential and talent.

On Thursday, new ride Operette van Koekoek jumped to third in the 7-year-old qualifier under Jack, showing so much promise for the future. Jack then secured another top 10 finish, this time riding Koh-I-Noor to 9th in the 6-year-olds.

Jack and Operette van Koekoek kept their good form up on the Friday, slotting into 2nd in the 7-year-olds. The 6-year-olds also kept their sheets clean, with Koh-I-Noor and BE Constanta jumping clear rounds with Jack and Katie, respectively. However, it was Georgia who stole the spotlight, winning the 2* 1.30 by 0.7 seconds on her own Donavaya.

The Breen Team finished the show on a high, with Jack winning the 7-year-old final on Operette van Koekoek in the main ring. An incredible way for this new partnership to finish their first show, always in the top 10 and never touching a pole.

It was also fantastic to see Breen Equestrian bred horses jumping so well under new riders. BE Golden Lynx and BE Magic Cornet jumped stunning clear rounds in the 5-year-olds under Millie Allen, with BE Magic Cornet finishing in 4th and qualifying for the young horse championships in Lanaken. Millie also rode BE Reverent in the 2* 1.30 and 1.35 classes with some top 10 placings and we couldn’t be more pleased to see this horse fulfilling his potential.

A huge thank you to Bolesworth and Valence for putting on two fantastic shows and, as always, thank you to our team who work tirelessly to make all of this possible.

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